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Hulless Gourmet Popcorn Line

Popcorn is a healthy, whole grain snack. Whole grain means that it contains the entire grain, including the outside, or hull. The term “hullless popcorn” is a bit of a misnomer because all popcorn has a hull. However, some popcorn varieties have a hull that is naturally tender. These gourmet popcorns tend to be smaller than the popcorn you are used to and have smaller hulls that are easier to chew and less likely to get stuck in your teeth or your gums. If you love popcorn but have been avoiding it because of large, sharp hulls, consider giving one of our “hullless” gourmet popcorn varieties a try.

Although these tiny varieties are slightly more expensive than typical ‘cardboard’ popcorn, consider this: Most of these varieties produce 800-900 pounds per acre compared to the overfertilized commercial varieties that typically produce over 13,000 pounds per acre.

We recommend popping all of our smaller varieties using a medium to low heat as they do not contain the moisture content of the ‘huge’ varieties and take a “tiny” bit longer to pop!

Hulless Popcorn Special! – $27.95

Hulless Popcorn

Hulless Popcorn Special!
All 6 varieties of our 1lb bags of hulless popcorn that includes:  Petite Princess Amber, Baby Pearl, Baby Opal, Baby Yellow Topaz, Southwestern Gold, and Baby Blue Sapphire!

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Our Hulless Line of Popcorn

Please note that the hulless variety does NOT work in hot air poppers.

Red ruby popcorn

Baby Opal

Blue, purple and opalescent hues radiate from every kernel.

$7.50

Baby Pearl

Lustrous and luscious as these uncommon treasures from the sea.

$7.25

Baby Yellow Topaz

The small, hulless, popcorn variety has a delicate, crunchy texture.

$7.50

sapphire gourmet popcorn

Blue Sapphire

Grown in the rolling hills of Illinois and nurtured by only rainwater.

$8.00

Southwest Gold

Sweet, crunchy and bold popcorn flavor with the same tenderness.

$7.00

Petite Princes Amber

Petite Princess Amber

This special variety of popcorn is so small and rare, so difficult and costly to grow.

$8.50